Tag Archives: Legend

LIVE Of The Day

The Way Of Love by LEGEND Cher

What will you do when he sets you free? Just the way that you, said goodbye to me…

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Timeless Classic Of The Day

Amante Bandido by LEGEND Miguel Bosé

Me perderé en un momento contigo, por siempre…

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Timeless Classic Of The Day

Red Blooded Woman by GODDESS Kylie Minogue

You’ll never get to Heaven if your scared of gettin high.

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Timeless Classic Of The Day

Le Tue Parole by Andrea Bocelli

Di una storia sempre uguale, di una vita da scordare…

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Happy 50th GODDESS

Kylie Minogue, the teenage soap star turned global pop icon in her three-decade career is celebrating her 50th birthday today!

And in true Kylie style it was a glitzy, glamorous, a touch camp, bash, attended by her close friends and celebrity pals. A lavish affair with a gold theme, as gold balloons lined the floor and Kylie looked stunning in a gold shimmery gown. 

Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters

Graham Norton

Alan Carr

At 50 she still is the epitome of class, sex appeal and femininity.

Happy bday KYLIE!! 

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Timeless Classic Of The Day

All The Lovers by GODDESS Kylie Minogue

Breathe, I know you find it hard but baby breathe.

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Google Celebrates Maria Reiche

Fly high over the Peruvian desert and you will see giant drawings on the ground. Some of them are straight lines, some are spirals and rectangles and trapezoids, and some are animals: whales, ducks, hummingbirds.

Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 115th birthday of Maria Reiche, a German mathematician who became known as the “Lady of the Lines,” the scientist known for studying the Nazca Lines.

In 1941, she worked with historian Paul Kosok and was first introduced to the ancient figures that stretch across the pampa. She dedicated herself to the mysterious white shapes. She measured close to 100 lines and investigated their astronomical orientation.

In her discovery, she found that many lines functioned as markers for the summer solstice. Along with Peruvian Air Force, she mapped the area and discovered the figures represent 18 different kinds of animals and birds, in addition to hundreds of geometric shapes.

And she dedicated her life to protect them.

With a household broom, she shielded the figures from people and vehicles simultaneously raising funds for overall preservation.

For her broom work, she was called, the “woman who swept the desert” but soon gained worldwide recognition as “Lady of the Lines.” Her dedication made her a Peruvian hero.

We still don’t fully understand the Nazca lines or know for sure what they mean, but today they are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Reiche became a Peruvian citizen in 1992, and died in 1998.

Today Google is honouring her, with its Doodle designed by Guille Comin and depicts “Lady of the Lines” in her element on what would have been her 115th birthday.

A well-deserved homage for this legendary archaeologist. 

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